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Friday, 9 July 1915


Senator RUSSELL (VICTORIA) (Assistant Minister) - I have not been able to ascertain the whole of the facts, but I will endeavour to let the honorable senator have them before the day is over.

CALLOFSENATE.

Motions (by Senator Pearce) agreed to-

That standing order No. 283 be suspended seas to enable a call of the Senate to be made without the usual twenty-one days' notice for the third reading of the following Bills, viz.: - ConstitutionAlteration (Trade and Commerce) Bill, Constitution Alteration (Corporations) Bill, Constitution Alteration (Industrial Matters) Bill, Constitution Alteration (Trusts) Bill, Constitution Alteration (Railway Disputes) Bill, and Constitution Alteration (Nationalization of Monopolies) Bill.

That there be a call of the Senate on Wednesday, the 14th day of July, 1915, at 3 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of considering the third reading of the Constitution Alteration (Trade and Commerce) Bill, Constitution Alteration (Corporations) Bill, Constitution Alteration (Industrial Matters) Bill, Constitution Alteration (Trusts) Bill, Constitution Alteration (Railway Disputes) Bill, and Constitution Alteration (Nationalization of Monopolies) Bill.







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